These emojis can be found in iPhones but even if you don’t use one, you will still be able to see the emojis.
This is the character for month or moon. For this, it just means something is monthly like a paycheck, for example.
This just means that something is in buisness as the kanji, 営, just means in buisness.
This means to apply or to anounce. 申, you would use when you appply for a job, for instance.
This you read as 無 (mu, bu or nai). Means something or someone is not there, absent. So you would use this when there is no english menu at a store, this character will be there.
This one is the opposite of 無. It means there is something or someone. You read it as yu or aru.
I personally dont use these and have never met anyone that does but you could try! It is a good way of implementing Japanese into everyday conversations somehow.
Did you or would you use these?